Irving Singer’s book is well-grounded, clearly thought out, and lucidly written. Though the author is a professor of philosophy, it is neither academic nor esoteric, but plain-spoken and informative. The work of a man who has long lived with and often written about film, this concise volume on Bergman says more than many another longwinded and less stimulating one.—Bloomberg—
A book that is not only informative but also insightful and illuminating.
—Robert E. Lauder